Bucharest will send troops and a plane for Romanian citizens in the civil war-torn Asian country, and even Slovak citizens living in Afghanistan asked for help. Slovak PM Eduard Heger said that they gave a military aircraft for the NATO and are in intensive talks about how they can help their citizens and the Afghans. The Czech army transported their citizens home on Monday.
Regarding Hungary, atv.hu asked the Hungarian foreign ministry how many Hungarian citizens there are in Afghanistan. They learned that there are none. However, foreign secretary Levente Magyar said yesterday that the Hungarian government was
looking into ways it could help those
who had worked for Hungarian troops as interpreters or in other capacities over the last 20 years. Regarding their rescue, no information has been provided yet.